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First, Robert Griffin III was “all in for Week 1.” Now, he appears to be all in for July 25.
The Redskins quarterback, who suffered ACL and LCL injuries during last year’s postseason, told reporters at the team’s practice facility Thursday that he “without a doubt” plans to be back with the team when training camp opens next month.
“One: It’s a month [away]. And then, two, it’s just how I feel, and how it’s progressed,” Griffin said. “Over the last three weeks, I’ve had a lot of progress and I feel a lot better. … While training camp’s a month, month and a half away … I feel really good about that. And then the start of the season is even farther than that. … That’s why I say ‘without a doubt.’”
NFL.com’s Albert Breer reports that Griffin threw for about 30 minutes during organized team activities on Thursday and even accelerated to nearly a full sprint during conditioning runs.
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The #2 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, RG3 finished the season going 258 of 393 for 3,200 yards, 20 TDs and 5 INTs with a 65.6 completion percentage for a quarterback rating of 102.4. He added 815 yards on 120 carries and 7 TDs. He was beginning to look like the next big thing in Washington, but has anyone else lately really took a step back and watch his true personality...
Robert Griffin III spoke with the media shortly after the Redskins finished their OTAs up today. (Click for video)
According to The Washington Times, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was seen limping around during while throwing the ball around during Thursday’s practice.
Robert Griffin III (right knee) did similar throwing drills to those we’ve seen the last two weeks. He moved smoothly rolling to his right at a brisk pace on a keeper. He ran long sprints after his throwing work...
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Robert Griffin III told reporters that he has every intention of being under center with the first-team offense when Redskins training camp opens on July 25.
The hopes and dreams of the Washington Redskins sit in the capable hands of their second-year quarterback, Robert Griffin III--and his knee. All throughout the off-season the talk surrounding Washington has been about that knee (when it hasn't been on people demanding owner Dan Snyder change the team's name).
Is everything going smooth with his rehab? Is he going to be...
Redskins’ fans have reason to celebrate today. The video above shows quarterback Robert Griffin III — and his st…
We posted from video of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III throwing during OTA’s about a week or so ago.
Albert Breer of the NFL Network posted more video of RG3 tossing the ball around.
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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III says thanks, but no thanks to former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb’s mentorship offer. Last week, McNabb said he wanted to sit down with the second-year quarterback and talk to him about everything he’s doing. McNabb thinks
Over the weekend one of the more popular stories on the web involved former NFL Donovan McNabb who insisted that RG3 was doing 'too much' and should just be concentrating on football. He claimed that he even reached out to Griffin and his family in order to have a sit down with the young quarterback so he could spread his wisdom.
Sounded like it could be true, right...
Prior to the 2012 season, the Washington Redskins were the perennial laughing stock of the NFC East. While the New York Giants were developing Eli Manning into a Super Bowl MVP, Mark Brunell, Jason Campbell, Rex Grossman and Jon Beck all consistently turned in mediocre performances at quarterback for Washington, which despite talent at several skill positions, relegated the Redskins...
The Alamo Bowl will get the first pick from the Big 12 under a new six-year deal with the Pac-12 announced Friday.
It makes the Alamo Bowl the marquee game for the Big 12 outside the new four-team College Football Playoff that begins next year. The Cotton Bowl had previously been the signature game for Big 12 teams that didn't make the Bowl Championship Series.
The Alamo Bowl...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- The Alamo Bowl will get the first pick from the Big 12 under a new six-year deal with the Pac-12 announced Friday.
It makes the Alamo Bowl the marquee game for the Big 12 outside the new four-team College Football Playoff that begins next year. The Cotton Bowl had previously been the signature game for Big 12 teams that didn't make the Bowl Championship Series...